I must admit, looking over the manuals for each product segment was a bit unnerving. I’ve been inspecting for many years and also am the Technical Director for a large flooring distributor. The depth of the information that includes (in the wood segment) math, knowing how to calculate using the coefficients was actually entertaining; it reminded me of being back in school. The tests were the most important aspect of the classes. They offer real-life situations giving basic information, but in some instances, not all of the information needed for a conclusion. Determining what is missing, or not, gives one something to think about and brings to one’s attention the true understanding of inspecting each product segment. Reviewing many inspection reports as Technical Director is disappointing at times when either the wrong conclusion is made, or no conclusion at all. EVERYONE should try just one class for a well-covered topic.